For immediate release: Jan. 14, 2013
Rosiello appointed BWC Southwest Ohio business development manager
COLUMBUS - Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) Administrator/CEO Steve Buehrer today announced the appointment of Erin Rosiello as business development manager for Southwest Ohio. In this position,
Rosiello will serve as an ambassador for Buehrer and work with employers that could substantially benefit from BWC's safety and claims management services. Rosiello is one of four such managers across the state.
"We are pleased to have Erin to help employers create safer work environments and effectively assist workers when they are injured, which are both key to lowering workers' compensation premiums and freeing up funds
for employers to energize company growth and job creation," said Buehrer. "Erin and her counterparts are seasoned professionals who will bridge a gap between BWC and employers that we must fill if we are to accomplish
our prevention and care mission."
BWC offers numerous programs that can help businesses save money, generally focused on preventing accidents and improving worker care. Rosiello will work with other BWC staff to educate employers on these programs and
increase participation in them. One example is Destination: Excellence, a program that allows businesses to choose from up to seven money-saving options focused primarily on creating safer work places and
transitioning injured workers back onto the job. She will also establish relationships with employers in Southwest Ohio to ensure their workers' compensation needs are being met.
Rosiello is an experienced regional sales manager with a background in business-to-business sales, generating revenue growth and driving marketing initiatives. She most recently worked with a third-party administrator
of workers' compensation, and worked for eight years in human resource services helping Ohio employers with such issues as workers' compensation, payroll and unemployment.
She has 20 years sales experience, five years sales management experience and five years as vice president of marketing for a regional retailer.
Rosiello is a graduate of Clermont 20/20 leadership program, where she has served as director of leadership development. She holds a bachelor's degree in business from Muskingum College, and has completed partial coursework
for a master's in business administration from the University of Dayton.
Rosiello lives in Miami Township (Clermont County).
A photo of Erin Rosiello is available here.
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